On Wed February 13 2008, Benjamin Kreuter wrote: > GCC4.3 introduces a new header structure that is meant to be more > streamlined, and therefore more efficient for the preprocessor step of > compiling. This means that headers that were once implicitly included > (like limits.h) are not included anymore, unless they absolutely have to. > Although this is somewhat unusual, it is entirely compliant with the C99 > and C++98/TR1 standards, and it is always a best practice to explicitly > include headers. Thank you for this wonderful explanation. The bug (missing include) is already fixed in rawhide and reported upstream. Regards, Till
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